- Simphiwe Dana has been getting flamed online for allegedly receiving money from the National Lotteries Commission
- Simphiwe and the board are being investigated after she slammed President Cyril Ramaphosa on Twitter
- She tweets some controversial things at times but this time it might've come back to haunt her
Mzansi singer Simphiwe Dana has been accused of receiving a large amount of money from the National Lotteries Commission. According to reports, Simphiwe allegedly received R500 000 after applying for a grant that was approved after two weeks.
This caused a bit of backlash on social media because it's not common for artists to receive grants. The National Lotteries Commission is being investigated for these claims after Siphiwe Dana accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of being the worst the country has ever had.
Social media users thought that Simphiwe being investigated is karma. She took to social media to share her two cents on the matter in a now-deleted tweet.
"I’m now being investigated by the NLC. Hopefully, this will put to rest this whole thing. And I can focus on my GBV case. I am super grateful for their help," she said.
Simphiwe is very opinionated, especially when it comes to political matters in the country. She got away with it for the most part but it seems like her Twitter fingers might've landed her in trouble this time.
The singer is not the only one who has found themself in trouble but Dr Tumi is also facing serious allegations involving the National Lotteries Board.
Briefly News previously reported that Simphiwe Dana says Cyril Ramaphosa is the worst SA President. Simphiwe Dana has shared her thoughts on President Cyril Ramaphosa's term in office. The singer is definitely not a fan of Ramaphosa's presidency.
The songstress took to Twitter on Sunday night, 25 April and told her followers that Ramphosa is the worst president ever.
"I know we’re scared to say it. But Ramaphosa is the worst president we have had," said Simphiwe.
The star's post sparked a heated debate on her timeline. Some peeps agreed with her while others totally disagreed and alleged that someone paid her to post the negative tweet about Ramaphosa.
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